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riverwiki:rivers:north_saskatchewan_river_ab_hwy_93_bridge_to_preachers_point_i [December 02, 2017]
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paddleman North Saskatchewan River (AB) HWY 93 Bridge to Preachers Point (I)
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 North Saskatchewan River Crossing (HWY93 Bridge) to Preachers Point. Near Abraham Lake. An easy run that is almost entirely a Class 1 float with some faster sections of water and sharper bends that almost lend this to be a Class 1+. Could be run by canoe or kayak, features fairly straight forward read and run wave trains with long float sections in between, diverging sections of shallow waters, some sweepers present on the banks and sand bars. There is a Alberta flow station at Whirlpool, good flows are late May through mid-Sept with 100-225 m3/s flow rate, peaks in early June and gradually decreases into September. North Saskatchewan River Crossing (HWY93 Bridge) to Preachers Point. Near Abraham Lake. An easy run that is almost entirely a Class 1 float with some faster sections of water and sharper bends that almost lend this to be a Class 1+. Could be run by canoe or kayak, features fairly straight forward read and run wave trains with long float sections in between, diverging sections of shallow waters, some sweepers present on the banks and sand bars. There is a Alberta flow station at Whirlpool, good flows are late May through mid-Sept with 100-225 m3/s flow rate, peaks in early June and gradually decreases into September.

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